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WRHCF gives to Worthington Christian School; Wilmont Fire Department

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Worthington Regional Healthcare Foundation executive director Jeff Rotert (left) presents a $1,474 check to Worthington Christian School representatives Crystal Vis, Bonnie Bosma and Martha Lubben. The funds will be used to purchase a portable defibrillator for the school. Rotert also presented a $2,152.75 check to the Wilmont Fire Department recently for the purchase of an additional AED. (Special to The Globe)
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